Partnerships

We would like to thank the generosity of our Denver partners.

Caring Connection

Website: www.caringconnection.org.

Caring Connection is comprised of 41 nonprfoit organziations that serve the needs of Colorado’s most vulnerable people. By participating in workplace giving campaigns, Caring Connection raises money for organizations that provide essential human services, educational programs, arts and cultural programs and the elimination of and freedom from sexual violence. All while providing an opportunity for individual donors to directly support the organizations they believe in.

Metro Volunteers

Website: www.metrovolunteers.org.

Metro Volunteers is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps individuals, families, and corporate and community groups find volunteer opportunities at diverse service organizations throughout the metro Denver area. Our capacity-building programs and services allow volunteers to work hand-in-hand with nonprofit agencies to develop strong and vibrant communities.

Denver’s Road Home

Website: www.denversroadhome.org.

A Comprehensive Solution

Denver’s Road Home is a comprehensive, integrated plan that blends a “housing first” solution with responsibility, self-reliance and accountability.

Mile High United Way – 211

Website: www.211.org.

2-1-1 provides free and confidential information and referral. Call 2-1-1 for help with food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more. Learn more about your local 2-1-1 by looking it up here.

Colorado Non-Profit

Website: www.coloradononprofits.org.

The Colorado Nonprofit Association, formerly the Colorado Association of Nonprofit Organizations (CANPO), is a statewide nonprofit membership coalition connecting nonprofits of all sizes, missions and geographic locations. We lead the nonprofit sector in influencing public policy and public opinion. We serve our members by providing tools for communication, networking and administration. We strengthen the nonprofit community through trainings, issue discussions and public advocacy about the importance of the nonprofit sector.

Colorado Vincentian Volunteers

Website: covivo.org/home.htm.

We are a community of faith and action that responds to the Gospel call in the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul. We are young men and women, ages 22-30, who serve Denver’s poor, elderly, homeless, developmentally disabled and troubled youth. Our year-long program offers an opportunity for spiritual, emotional, professional growth, and a way of discerning and living one’s Christian vocation.